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Cooking With Sourdough In The Backcountry: Tips, Tales And Recipes
Cooking With Sourdough In The Backcountry: Tips, Tales And Recipes
Whether you haven't yet become skilled at cooking in a campsite or cabin, and would like to give it a try, or, you are familiar with backcountry cookery, and are looking for ideas to freshen your repertoire, this book is for you. Here you'll find a wealth of information: fires and stoves, ranging from an open campfire to a backpacker's stove and a cabin wood stove; ovens for baking, some ready-made, others fashioned from cooking pots; containers for sourdough starter; sourdough ingredients (flours, fats, leaveners, sweeteners); making and maintaining sourdough starter; helpful tips on ensuring baking success, learning how to "make do" with minimal equipment and ingredients, caring for stoves, and much more; 42 tasty recipes. There are goodies here for every meal as well as for snacktime.

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cooking project 11 - week 21
cooking project 11 - week 21
Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes. I couldn't find the recipe online, so here's my written-down version: 1 ? cups all-purpose flour 1 ? teaspoons baking powder Rounded 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup smooth peanut butter 1/2 stick (1/4 cup) unsalted butter, softened 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar 1 large egg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 2/3 cup whole milk 1 cup grape jelly Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt in a bowl. Beat together peanut butter, butter, and brown sugar in a large bowl with an electric mixer at medium speed until blended, about 2 minutes. Add egg and vanilla and beat until fluffy, about 1 minute. Reduce speed to low and add flour mixture and milk alternately in batches, beginning and ending with flour mixture, then mix until just combined. Divide batter among lined muffin cups (about two-thirds full) and bake in middle of oven until pale golden and a tester inserted in center of a cupcake comes out clean, 18 to 20 minutes. Turn cupcakes out onto a rack and cool completely. Fill a squirt bottle with the grape jelly and screw on the cap. Carefully insert the tip of the squirt bottle as far as it will go into the top of the cupcakes. Gently squeeze about 1 tablespoon worth of jelly inside of each. (I just spooned the jelly straight onto the batter, because I don't have a squirt bottle - this is the better way to go though.) Optional: You can omit the jelly altogether and top the cupcakes with chocolate frosting (peanut butter and chocolate, can't go wrong there.)
cooking cannelloni
cooking cannelloni
One of the more challenging dishes I've cooked recently. Prep time was a good 90 minutes, cooking time about an hour. The result was fantastic. It's a dish from Jamie Olivers "jamie at home" book which is probably his most unpretentious work - very traditional feeling, with lots of great photography and vege growing tips. It's a broccoli and cauliflower cannelloni. I modified the recipe by using bacon instead of anchovies, as cathyg has a bad reaction them. If you want to know what's involved in cooking it, read the book or search online - if your not keen on lots of prep, don't even try to cook it. This is not fast food by any stretch of the imagination.

online cooking tips
online cooking tips
On Cooking: A Textbook of Culinary Fundamentals (3rd Edition)
For introductory food preparation courses in culinary arts hospitality management, and food and beverage programs. Attractively designed and extensively illustrated with color photographs, line drawings, charts, and sidebars, this contemporary introduction to cooking and food preparation focuses on information that is relevant to today's students. Comprehensive and well written, it emphasizes an understanding of cooking fundamentals, explores the preparation of fresh ingredients, and provides information on other relevant topics such as food history and food science.

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